What does the Ford Corrosion Warranty cover?

The Ford Corrosion Warranty states:

  • If the body sheet metal has corrosion damage without perforation (holes), and the damage is not the result of abnormal usage and/or extreme environmental conditions, then the corrosion damage repairs are covered under the New Vehicle Warranty period: 3 years or 36,000 miles for cars & light trucks.
  • Rust damage resulting in perforation in body sheet metal panels is covered for 5 years/unlimited miles for cars & light trucks.
  • Aluminum Panels on 2015 F150s, 2016 cars & light trucks, and beyond vehicles, corrosion damage is covered for 5 years/unlimited miles with no requirement for perforation.

If you have a corrosion-related concern, your Ford Dealer can determine if it is covered under warranty.

Additional Topics

Is my vehicle under warranty?
What is not covered under the warranty?
Why was my warranty canceled?